Ford has taken a tuned version of the new Focus ST to the SEMA Show in America.
The one-off ST was built with help from racing driver, and host of Top Gear USA, Tanner Foust and made its debut at the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show, hosted in Las Vegas.
There are several new parts fitted to the Focus Tanner Foust Edition to boost its performance, including a reprogrammed ECU, new airbox and a larger intercooler, all of which boost the output from 250bhp to 305bhp.
In order to give better handling the car sits lower to the ground thanks to some reworked suspension and gets a new body kit, complete with front splitter and a bigger rear spoiler.
To stop you better the ST is fitted with Brembo brakes with bigger discs than the standard kit.